Articles By Titania Kumeh

When Titania Kumeh dropped out of New York University’s Tisch School of the Arts drama program at 19, she wanted to quit acting, but not leave the storytelling behind. After graduating from San Francisco State University, she traveled to Ghana for six weeks and wrote about H.I.V. treatment and misconceptions about H.I.V. in West Africa for The Ghanaian Times. She is currently pursuing her master’s degree in journalism from University of California, Berkeley.


Glynn A. Hill is a storyteller, video journalist and sports commentator. Mr. Hill said managing his school paper gave him a platform to continue publishing stories that challenge stereotypes and facilitate conversation.



The New York Times Student Journalism Institute in New Orleans for 2014 is now concluded. We will resume in May 2015 in Tucson, Arizona.

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